Emergency workers clearing rubble after Russian missile hit residential building in Kramatorsk

Emergency workers clearing rubble after Russian missile hit residential building in Kramatorsk

In Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, 183 people and 18 pieces of equipment are involved in a rescue operation at the site of a residential building destroyed by Russia’s shelling.

The press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine wrote this on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

On February 1, as a result of Russia’s missile attack on Kramatorsk, the section from the fourth to the first floors of a four-story apartment building was destroyed. Cars parked nearby caught fire.

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As of 07:00, units of the State Emergency Service retrieved the bodies of three dead people from under the rubble. Two residents were rescued. A total of 18 people were injured (eight of them were hospitalized).

As reported by Ukrinform, the enemy struck Kramatorsk at 21:45. The number of people killed after a Russian missile hit a residential building grew to three. A total of 20 people were injured. A search and rescue operation is ongoing.


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